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  • Defense Department

    June 2022

    Energetics Workforce Is Graying Out

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — Whether it is cyber, microelectronics or another technology field, one of the most pressing concerns among government and industry is developing the future workforce. Nowhere is that challenge greater than in the field of energetic materials — the chemicals used to make propellants, pyrotechnics and explosives.
  • Defense Department

    June 2022

    Some Prescriptions for Ailing Defense Industrial Base

    By Stephanie Halcrow and Nicholas Jones
    The defense industrial base is one of the nation’s enduring advantages, and one that cannot be taken for granted.
  • Defense Department

    June 2022

    Two Amphibious Aircraft Programs on Drawing Boards

    TAMPA, Florida — Defeating the “tyranny of distance” in the Indo-Pacific — with vast oceans and seas to traverse — is a key concern among U.S. military leaders.
  • Army News

    June 2022

    All Eyes on Army Acquisitions

    Last month’s “Editor’s Notes” column looked at the Army Software Factory in Austin, Texas, which has had some success in its first year developing applications soldiers are using for a variety of purposes.
  • Defense Department

    June 2022

    Leadership, Opportunity and Optimism

    By David L. Norquist
    As I begin my leadership of one of America’s strongest defense associations, I am excited to work with fellow National Defense Industrial Association members and other stakeholders within the innovative defense industrial base in supporting the nation and defending our freedom.
  • Defense Department

    June 2022

    BAE Cuts Ribbon at New Hampshire Facility

    By Shreeya Aranake
    BAE Systems recently opened a new engineering and production facility to support the design and development of new electronic warfare systems.
  • Emerging Technologies

    May 2022

    Turning the So-Called 'Valley of Death' Green

    By James S.B. Chew  and Arun Seraphin
    The defense technology community spends a lot of time grumbling about the “Valley of Death" because they can’t make the transition from prototype to a real product.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    May 2022

    VIEWPOINT: The Monumental Task of Tackling AI at the Pentagon

    By Aparna Kumar
    The Pentagon is creating a new position — the chief digital and artificial intelligence officer.
  • Defense Department

    May 2022

  • Defense Department

    May 2022

    JUST IN: Energetics Sector Feels Ignored by Pentagon

    Nearly a year after the release of a study on the need to increase the lethality of energetic materials and improve the resiliency of the supply chain, members of industry, academia, and government are seeking strategies to convince the Defense Department to invest in new energetics.
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